Part 1 Introduction: outdoor air monitoring; indoor air quality monitoring; factors that influence indoor air quality. Part 2 Planning an indoor air quality measurement program: establishment of indoor air quality profiles; exposure monitoring with personal monitors; determining the health risk of indoor pollutants; approaches to "Sick Building" studies; selection of sampling approaches; data analysis; conclusions. Part 3 Building dynamics - theory and measurement of infiltration: factors affecting air infiltration; fundamental relationships of air infiltration; measurement techniques; examples of air exchange rate measurement data. Part 4 Measurement of indoor pollutants: carbon monoxide (CO); nitrogen dioxide (NO2); sulfur dioxide (SO2); ozone (O3); respirable particulate matter (RPM); lead; radon and decay products; formaldehyde; volatile organic compounds; environmental tobacco smoke; pesticides; odors; carbon dioxide (CO2); bioaerosols. part 5 Measurement of pollutant emissions: measurement approaches; measuring emissions from combustion sources; measuring emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC); measuring radon emissions; conclusions. Part 6 Indoor air quality standards and guidelines. Part 7 Future needs in the conduct of indoor air quality measurement programs; planning an indoor air quality measurement program; ventilation measurements; measurement of indoor pollutants; summary.